I have been advocating for my special needs son in a special education impartial hearing. (In other words I am acting pro se.) I must now write a Closing Argument. I have a pretty good idea about what points I want to make, but I want to read one or more sample Closing Arguments, to get an idea of the tone, the format, how granular to make it, whether to just number the points, or to use more of a hierarchical outline (1, a, b, c, 2, a, b, c, etc.). That sort of thing.
The hearing officer said that the first section will be "Proposed Findings of Fact". He said the second section will be some legal analysis. What is that second section typically called? I mean, what title or heading should I give that section?
I have tried googling but I keep finding hearing decisions. That's interesting reading, but I really need to read a couple of Closing Arguments.
How do I find them?
I am especially interested in cases having to do with initial eligibility. The category Other Health Impaired if possible. High cognition students.
But I can still benefit from looking at some that don't have anything to do with my son's situation.